Get the right tenants in your office spaces faster with VTS
Decrease downtime by managing all of your team members and leasing activities in one place
Intuitive software built for office landlords
Forward-looking data to inform strategy
Digital marketing to attract new tenants
Collaborative software to move from leads to leases faster
One centralized platform that does it all
Office landlords need a digital solution now more than ever
Bring your leasing, asset management and marketing online with VTS. You'll increase the value of your portfolio by more proactively filling leases, achieving the best deal terms and building sustainable relationships with tenants, all while unlocking the insights you need to inform portfolio strategy.
Get the right tenants in your office spaces faster with VTS
Optimize your strategy with unique insights
Forward-looking data to give you an edge
- Reinvent your investment strategy using real-time verified data instead of anecdotes
- Stay on top of important risks and opportunities in your portfolio with proactive alerts and clear visualizations of rent trends
- Leverage proactive alerts and clear asset visualizations to stay ahead of upcoming expirations”
Drive virtual tours of your spaces to attract new tenants
The most effective marketing content in the industry - provided by VTS
- Beautiful and accurate virtual tours and photos of spaces, buildings and amenities filmed by VTS
- Virtual tours mean more than just video – VTS supplies test fits and 3D walkthroughs to showcase your space, no matter the condition
Get your spaces in front of tenant reps on all channels
Give tenant reps and tenants a fully-digital way to experience your spaces and assets
- Our digital content integrates with the channels you use today, including your corporate website
- VTS helps you scale into new multi-channel marketing across email, text, direct mail, retargeting and more
- Showcase your listings on VTS Marketplace, the only digital listings site built for tenant reps, by tenant reps
Reduce friction to get the deal closed
Generate LOIs and proposals automatically from within VTS
- Automatically calculate complex deal financials in VTS & see a real time cash flow analysis
- See back and forth proposals entered by brokers to keep track of negotiations
- Generate a letter of intent in your template with one click based on final deal terms
Keep your tenants in place to protect income
Unlock insights into your complex network of tenants to close deals and retain high value customers
- Strengthen relationships and retain tenants with central visibility into tenant updates from your teams and partners
- See exposure to risky tenants across your portfolio
- Close out renewals using historical lease and tenancy information at your fingertips
OFFICE ADVISORY BOARD
Meet our office advisory board
Brittany Hurley is the Head of National Office & Industrial Leasing at CIM Group, responsible for overseeing the national office and industrial leasing division of the $28-plus billion real assets company. CIM is a community-focused real estate and infrastructure owner, operator, lender and developer. Since 1994, CIM has led more than $60 billion of projects in metropolitan communities across the Americas on behalf of its own account and for its partners and co-investors.
Ms. Hurley is a part of CIM’s senior management team in the vertically-oriented company, and works with other department heads to coordinate processes and implement new technological innovation strategies to more efficiently manage the leasing process and information management of everything from single tenant buildings to large master-planned developments.
Brittany Hurley was previously a Senior Director in WeWork's Global HQ in NYC where she oversaw Enterprise Business Development across Tri-State, the Northeast, the Mid-Atlantic and Canada. Prior to WeWork, Brittany was a Senior Director in the London office at VTS and part of the UK founding team to expand VTS into Europe. Prior to joining VTS, Brittany was a Vice President in JLL's New York HQ. She was an integral member of one of NYC's top leasing teams. While at JLL, she served as a corporate leasing advisor representing tenants in the acquisition and disposition of commercial space. In addition to tenant representation, Brittany acted as a landlord representative for several of New York City’s most prestigious landlords. In 2014 & 2015, she was nationally recognized as a JLL Top Achiever. In 2013, Mrs. Hurley (Wunsch) was selected by The Commercial Observer as one of New York’s "30 Under 30" in recognition of her position as a rising star in commercial real estate.
Chad is responsible for the overall strategy, performance, and day to day activities of Nuveen Real Estate’s office investments, which includes overseeing the U.S. Cities Office platform and providing Investment oversight to the New York City Property platform. He is also a member of Nuveen Real Estate’s Investment Committee and the Americas Executive Leadership Team.
Prior to joining the firm, Chad was a portfolio manager and managing director at Guggenheim Real Estate, where he oversaw all facets of their U.S. open end funds, including one that was a member of the NCREIF NFI ODCE Index. During his nearly 15 year career at Guggenheim, Chad was a member of the Investment Committee and participated in the acquisition of over 90 direct property assets with a gross acquisition value of $2.6 billion. He started his career as an associate at Banc of America Securities in the Real Estate Investment Banking and Debt Capital Markets groups.
Chad graduated with a B.A. from Davidson College and a Master’s in Real Estate from Georgetown University.
Erik Gustafson is Manulife Investment Management’s Senior Managing Director, Head of Real Estate Asset Management for the United States. Erik joined the company in 2019 and is responsible for real estate investment assets within the U.S., encompassing a 23 million square feet portfolio of office, industrial, and multifamily assets. He is responsible for increasing portfolio performance through active and accretive asset management, developing, and implementing effective programs that maximize portfolio returns with a focus on the needs of our external investment vehicles as well as Manulife’s General Account. He is also responsible for enhancing the asset management platform, as well as leading due diligence of new markets, as the company continues to broaden the asset management platform across the U.S.
Erik comes to Manulife Investment Management with over 22 years’ experience in the real estate and financial services industries. Prior to joining the company, Erik was the Global Head of Portfolio Management at the Pembroke Real Estate group of Fidelity Investments, where he was responsible for overseeing portfolio strategy, strategic asset initiatives, and performance across a 9 million square foot global real estate portfolio in fourteen gateway markets. Prior to heading Portfolio Management at Pembroke, Erik was responsible for targeting and managing investment into multiple new global markets and identifying, developing, and executing investment and development strategies that maximized asset values for Pembroke’s investors. During almost 15 years at Fidelity, Erik spent time based in the Boston and London offices and in 2010 launched Pembroke’s Stockholm office to actively manage and grow a multi-country Nordic portfolio.
Erik began his career with Arthur Andersen and Capgemini Ernst & Young in New York City. Erik received his Bachelor of Arts, Economics at Trinity College in Hartford and his Master of Business Administration from Columbia Business School. Erik has been active in ULI for almost 20 years in both the U.S. and Europe, and he is currently a member of the Global Exchange Council.
Education: Columbia Business School, MBA; Trinity College, Bachelor of Arts, Economics
As Managing Director of RXR’s New York City division and an Executive Vice President of RXR Realty, William Elder is responsible for the oversight and management of the company’s New York City office portfolio.
When RXR decided to return to in New York City in 2010, they tapped Mr. Elder to help it reestablish a local operating platform and seek additional investments in Manhattan with his broad market knowledge and acumen. Since joining the firm, he has helped steer RXR on an aggressive post-recession acquisition and expansion including the iconic Starrett-Lehigh Building in West Chelsea, one of Manhattan’s 10 largest office buildings, housing some 5,000 employees in 2.5 million square feet. Other strategic acquisitions of statement properties followed, including 450 Lexington Avenue, 237 Park Avenue and 75 Rockefeller Plaza.
In less than five years, RXR’s portfolio has grown from 1.5 million to more than 10 million square feet of commercial office, encompassing the trophy property 1330 Avenue of the Americas, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, 340 Madison Avenue, 620 Avenue of the Americas and numerous others. Not only has the firm gained a reputation for being a voracious buyer of major office buildings in the city at a steep discount to replacement cost, but it is also known as a highly skilled operator able to unlock hidden value in a property.
Called a 24/7 deal-maker by colleagues and the business media, Mr. Elder joined RXR after working with RXR’s senior management in expanding and managing Reckson Associates Realty Corp.’s six-building, 5.5 million-square-foot New York City portfolio. When Reckson was sold to SL Green Realty Corp. in 2007, Mr. Elder joined SL Green in a senior management role.
Mr. Elder began his real estate career at Shorenstein Company where he spent over 15 years, ultimately running the leasing division on the East Coast. Mr. Elder also previously served as Senior Managing Director in the Strategic Agency Services group at Cushman & Wakefield.
The recipient of the 2013 Andrew Glover Youth Program’s Community Service Award, Mr. Elder is a board member of the East Side House Settlement, an educationally focused charity located in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. He is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York and is also very active in The Friends of The Highline and Friends of Hudson River Park. A graduate of Wagner College Mr. Elder resides in Bronxville, New York with his wife Katie and three daughters Peyton, Grayson and Eliza.
As the Vice President of New York Leasing, Adam Frazier is responsible for driving all NYC leasing efforts on behalf of Oxford Properties where he has played a leadership role in managing Oxford’s New York Office and Retail Portfolio, which has included the development and leasing of St Johns Terminal and Oxford’s position in Hudson Yards. He is also leading a large, global corporate initiative transforming Oxford’s leasing process across the office, industrial and retail asset classes and sits on Oxford’s Operating Committee.
Mr. Frazier’s career in real estate has been primarily focused on leasing, asset management and real estate development in New York City and Washington, D.C. where he has leased more than 10 million square feet including, office and retail and has worked with some of the New York’s most recognizable tenants, including Weil Gotshal and Manges, Citibank, Kirkland & Ellis, Whole Foods, Richemont, the NBA and one of the largest global technology firms.
Prior to joining Oxford, Mr. Frazier was a Development Manager at Boston Properties. During his nearly seven-year tenure, Mr. Frazier managed the development of 250 W 55th Street, a 1 million-square-foot office tower. Then, as the Vice President of Leasing at Boston Properties, Mr. Frazier was responsible for developing and implementing a successful leasing strategy across the firm’s 10-million-square foot portfolio which included ground up development projects, repositioning of assets and the in the place portfolio while also structuring many complicated build to suit transactions with tenants. Before joining Boston Properties, Mr. Frazier was the Development Manager at Edens where he was responsible for the assemblage, entitlement and development of a 2 million-square-foot mixed-use center, the Mosaic District in Fairfax County, Virginia and the acquisition of several other mixed-use developments. He began his professional career as an equity trader, trading NASDAQ listed technology stocks for Salomon Smith Barney/Citibank from 1999-2004.
Mr. Frazier received a BSBA degree from Bucknell University and holds an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. He has been a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, ICSC, and the Young Men’s and Women’s Real Estate Association of New York where he served two terms on its board as Treasurer and Governor. Adam is a recipient of REBNY’s Most Promising Sales Person of the Year Award in 2011, was the New York Cares 2014 Honoree, and the co-honoree for the 2020 Autism Speaks Chef Gala. Today, Mr. Frazier sits on the national board of directors of Autism Speaks and the Bucknell University Real Estate Advisory Board.
Terry Wachsner is a Principal in the Real Estate Services Group. He is actively involved in leasing and construction management across CIM’s platforms and serves on CIM’s Investment Committee. He also chairs the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Committee.
Prior to joining CIM Group in 2005, Mr. Wachsner was Director of Asset Services for Continental Development Corporation; Executive Managing Director for Kennedy-Wilson Properties, Ltd.; and President of Property Management at Heitman Properties, Ltd.
Mr. Wachsner earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Arts degree in Architecture and Urban Planning from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Jonathan Pearce is responsible for leasing across Ivanhoé Cambridge's Office and Industrial platforms in North America. He is also Co-Head of Development for Ivanhoé Cambridge's Office & Industrial asset classes. His responsibilities include leasing for all owned (managed and non-managed) office and industrial properties and developments in Canada and the Continental US, currently comprising more than 120 million square feet in multiple markets, which include: Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Chicago, New York, Boston, Atlanta, Charlotte, Mexico City, Houston, Dallas, Tampa, Jacksonville, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Denver, and Greater Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. Ivanhoé Cambridge currently has five office developments under construction or pre-development in the Americas in the following markets: Toronto, Dallas, Denver, Houston and Mexico City, and a variety of industrial projects under development across the United States.
Jonathan has more than 25 years of experience in office & industrial leasing and the sale of corporate investment assets in multiple markets.
Mr. Pearce holds a BSc. (Hons) in Urban Land Economics and is a Professional Associate of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Andrea Pierce is a managing director and the head of US office and industrial asset management for Starwood Capital. She is responsible for the strategic direction of the firm’s office, medical office, life sciences, and industrial investments within all Starwood-sponsored investment vehicles across the risk spectrum. Andrea oversees all operational, leasing, repositioning, and disposition activities within these sectors and she is responsible for developing and implementing key initiatives and best practices. Andrea is based in San Francisco, California.
Prior to joining Starwood Capital, Andrea was a managing director at JP Morgan Asset Management in New York City where she led Eastern US office and industrial asset management and US retail acquisitions. She was also a voting member of the firm's investment committee. While at JP Morgan, Andrea also sat on the board of directors and operating committee of Carr Properties, a private office REIT based in Washington DC. Prior to that, Andrea was a group vice president at The Mills Corporation, a publicly-traded regional mall REIT, and she was in charge of asset management for the company’s joint venture portfolio. Prior to The Mills Corporation, Andrea worked in the capital markets and portfolio management groups of JMB Realty Corporation and its successor companies.
Andrea attended the University of Southern California, where she earned a B.S. in accounting. She also took graduate level civil engineering courses at Columbia University. Andrea is a CFA Charter Holder and a Certified Public Accountant. She is the vice chairman of ULI's Commercial & Retail Development Council (Blue) and formerly sat on ULI's Urban Development & Mixed Use Council (Gold). Andrea is a member of the NAIOP’s Office Acquisitions National Forum, the International Council of Shopping Centers and the CFA Institute. She is a former member of the Real Estate Board of New York, the New York Society of Securities Analysts, and WX New York - Women Executives in Real Estate.
Kristy is the Head of U.S. Asset Management for LaSalle Investment Management. She is responsible for leading and managing the asset management function for the firm’s platform, consisting of assets across property sectors and invested for various clients and funds. Kristy is a member of LaSalle’s Americas Investment Committee, the LaSalle Debt Investment’s Investment Committee, the Americas Board, and the America’s Digital Business Line Governance Committee.
Prior to joining LaSalle, Kristy held several senior roles at GE Capital Real Estate, including leading the Central Region Originations and U.S. Equity Asset Management teams, and Chief Marketing Officer for North America. Over the 20+ years in the real estate industry, Kristy has worked on both the equity and debt side of the business, and has experience across a range of disciplines, including asset management, originations, marketing and operations. Kristy started out in public accounting at Arthur Andersen, then moved into real estate at Heller Financial.
Kristy earned an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BS in Accounting from Indiana University. She also holds a Six Sigma Master Black Belt certification.
Jeff Shaw is a partner with Bridge Investment Group and the CEO of the firm’s operating company for office investments, Bridge Commercial Real Estate (BCRE). Bridge is one of the nation’s largest privately held investment managers, with $25+billion of assets under management, including more than 14.4 million square feet of office space in 15 states.
Bridge combines its 4,200+ person, nationwide operating platform with specialized teams of investment professionals focused on select U.S. real estate verticals, which Bridge believes offer above-market opportunity: office, multifamily, seniors housing, affordable housing, opportunity zones, and debt strategies.
Mr. Shaw has more than 25 years of direct experience in commercial office real estate brokerage, leasing, acquisitions and direct operational oversight in executive and leadership positions. He sits on the office investment committee for Bridge’s office funds and leads Bridge Commercial Real Estate, Bridge’s office operations company.
Prior to joining Bridge, Shaw served as CEO and co-founder of Fairlead Commercial Real Estate from 2012 to 2016 and President of Jackson Oats Shaw Corporate Real Estate from 2004 to 2012.
He has held senior leasing positions with brokerage companies Insignia/ESG (CBRE) from 1998 to 2003, Compass Management & Leasing (JLL) from 1997 to 1998, and Cushman & Wakefield from 1994 to 1997, where he was responsible for direct leasing and oversaw over 16 million square feet of many of the Southeast’s largest urban and suburban office buildings.
Mr. Shaw has provided asset leasing advisory for Northwestern Mutual, Lend Lease Investments, America’s Capital Partners, Equitable Real Estate, LNR Partners, RREEF, Selig Enterprises, General Electric, and others.
He works closely with an extensive national network of tenants, brokers, equity clients, and leasing teams to source opportunity and drive portfolio value. Mr. Shaw attended Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia.
Mark Zikakis serves as Head of Commercial Asset Management for the Americas. Mr. Zikakis’ areas of expertise include repositioning assets by completing capital improvement plans, implementing creative marketing programs and reducing operating expenses to create value and achieve an optimal outcome at disposition. He is also a member of the Americas Investment Committee.
Mr. Zikakis joined CBRE Global Investors in 1998. In 2011, he assumed the role of Fund Manager for Strategic Partners Value 5 where he established fund-level objectives and strategies, benchmarked performance for the fund and directed the operations team in the execution of specific property-level action plans. Strategic Partners Value 5 was fully realized as of March 2014.
Mr. Zikakis plays key roles on initiatives that span CBRE Global Investors’ U.S. office investment portfolio. He has been instrumental in the creation and growth of the Above & BeyondTM program of services and amenities in office properties, which has resulted in improved tenant satisfaction and increased leasing velocity.
Mr. Zikakis began his career in the real estate industry in 1997. He has experience with residential, industrial, retail and office properties. Prior to focusing on operations, Mr. Zikakis completed over $750 million in acquisitions for the Strategic Partners platform.
Mr. Zikakis earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Columbia University.
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